Can you believe it? It has already been 19 years since that day happened. A day when we all woke up thinking it was a day like many others. But sadly, people’s lives changed significantly–September 11th, 2001.
Remember today and honor today. It is a day that so many of us remember exactly what we were doing when the first plane crashed into the twin towers.
This workout is to honor and remember those who had their lives taken. Whether it was from what started as just another day at the office, stepping onto an airplane, or doing everything in their power to try to save others.
It is important that we each play our part.
9/11 REMEMBRANCE WORKOUT 🇺🇸
This workout does require some equipment. It requires a Kettlebell, Medicine Ball, Box and Rower. If you don’t have this equipment, please check out below this workout an at home no equipment needed version.
BUY IN: 343 KB Swings (343 to represent the firefighters who gave their lives)
4 ROUNDS (4 to represent the number of planes)
–9 Medicine Ball Cleans (movement to represent picking up and carrying bodies)
–11 KB Box Step Ups (movement to represent the running up and down the stairs)
CASH OUT: 2,977m Row (2,977 to represent the total casualties)
9/11 REMEMBRANCE (no equipment) WORKOUT 🇺🇸
BUY IN: 343 Jumping Jacks
-11 Squat Jumps
CASH OUT: Run 2,977 meters
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